Dallas >Food & Dining > Cliff Cafe
901 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520832.769352 -96.836897
Monday To Thursday From 07:00 AM To 10:00 PM Friday To Saturday From 07:00 AM To 11:00 PM Sunday From 07:00 AM To 09:00 PM
Neighborhoods: West Dallas, West Texas
This place closed!! :O( – I went there yesterday to get some of their yummy food after finally convincing my boss and coworkers to go to Oak Cliff and eat. We walked in and there was BBQ smoke in the air and plates with Pigs butts on them. I soon learned Cliff's Cafe closed. I am so sad, it will be missed!
This place is the bomb!! – The Cliff serves delicious food. Everything is fresh, unlike some place people wait in line for on McKinney Ave. The staff is friendly. The service is wonderful. I can not complain. The Smoke Salmon Scramble... scrumptious. The Breakfast Quesadilla... delicious! The plate of fruit perfect and fresh. I have reccommended this place to several friends and they rave about the Cliff. You should give it a try!
The best breakfast in town! – Fluffy French toast, strong rich coffee, crisp bacon and ice cold fresh fruit. Could you Nice clean, modern, cafe with a San Francisco city feel. Very nicely inside or out on the enclosed patio, and excellent service, The waiter suggested the pancakes as well? go on, give them a try, you may find yourself no longer waiting in line at the Breadwinners on weekends,
The best ribs I have had in the south – Wow, the ribs were amazing! And the potatoes, and the calamari appetizer and the steak my grandma had. I can?t say enough about this place. They advertise it as a casual affair, but I would say the food quality is less than casual. I NEVER expected my taste buds to explode with flavor like they did when I took my first bite of that rib. WOW. I am going back in the morning to try the omelets????..
Be prepared to wait... – I had heard about the Cliff Cafe and was told it was the place to eat. I decided to attend on a Wednesday night about 8:45 for a dinner of eggs and pancakes. I was seated as soon as I walked in the cafe. Upon seating I was attended by a waiter and then he took my order. As I observed, there were six tables which they ranged in size from one six top to 2 two tops. There was a really large party of about 25 people. I was not told at that time I would not be served until the 25 top table was served their food. My order was very simple of eggs and pancakes. I sat patiently and waited...about 9:15 I ask about my order and was told it would be right out, that the 25 top table had to be served first. I waited another 10 minutes before leaving my table without food or any idea from my waiter when my food would arrive. The staff all gave the same excuse of the large table had to be served and they would get to my order after that....Had I been told when I was seated it would be at least 45 minutes until I was served, I would have gladly either waited, knowing I was waiting or just leave and come again another time. I told the staff there was not excuse for a lack of service. Fortunately for their benefit I am not a food critic or someone that would make a difference in the amount of people that may come to their establishment. However I am a customer who deserves the same treatment as anyone else who comes to eat. I was very disappointed and will not attend the establishment again. I found it extremely loud with very few people dining.
Public and hotel patrons relax and enjoy modern comfort food at Belmont Hotel's restaurant. – The Scene
Serene blue floors, cushy booths and muted yellow walls lit by antique lanterns and stained glass fixtures provide a diner vibe. An artsy wait staff in jeans and black long-sleeved oxfords cater to an unconventional and conversational crowd. An inlet with a freestanding bar offers a separate nightlife mood and a comfortable place for individuals to eat solo anytime.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner offer contemporary comfort food for traditional or exploratory taste buds. The breakfast menu spotlights the Belmont breakfast with eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, potatoes and biscuits. Lunch features half pound sirloin burgers and salads. Dinner presents a smooth glass of Qupe Syrah and the popular spicy mango glazed pork shanks. There's a rotating fresh fish selection, but chicken fried steak and the mac and cheese plate are home cookin' staples. Sides include customary vegetables. Bourbon pecan pie with vanilla ice cream is an indulgent conclusion.
Hits: Breakfast is not only available all day, but their elegant culinary twists to old morning favorites is unpretentious, satisfying and affordable.
Misses: The presentation of the grilled sirloin steak in red wine butter was tempting but the lack of flavor--a disappointment.
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